‘Miracle’ baby survives severe burns over 90% of body

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  • Sky News published this video item, entitled “‘Miracle’ baby survives severe burns over 90% of body” – below is their description.

    Warning: This report shows severe burns suffered by a young child.

    Baby Dalal’s family were living in a camp in Idlib, when their tent was burned down. She was taken to a Turkish hospital with severe burns over 90% of her body, but now is ready to be discharged from hospital.

    Attention brought to her case by Sky News means enough money has been raised for her and her family to move into a house in Turkey.

    Sky News’ special correspondent, Alex Crawford reports.

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